1 EXCESS PROTECT MOTOR EXCESS INSURANCE POLICY WORDING This document sets out the terms and conditions of your cover and it is important that you read it carefully. It explains what is covered and what is not covered. There are also exclusions and conditions that you must follow for the policy to work. This policy is provided on behalf of ALPS a trading name of Auto Legal Protection Services Ltd, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA Number ). Its registered office is at Sunnyside Mill, Highfield Road, Congleton, Cheshire CW12 3AQ. It is registered in England no: INSURER This policy is underwritten by Inter Partner Assistance SA (IPA) which is fully owned by the AXA Assistance Group. Inter Partner Assistance is a Belgian firm authorised by the National Bank of Belgium and subject to limited regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority. Details about the extent of its regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority are available from us on request. Inter Partner Assistance SA firm register number is You can check this on the Financial Services Register by visiting the website or by contacting the Financial Conduct Authority on WHAT MAKES UP THIS POLICY? These motor excess insurance policy terms and conditions. COOLING OFF PERIOD If you find that the cover provided under this policy does not meet your needs, please contact us on within 14 days of receiving this document and we will cancel this policy. You will receive a full refund of your premium as long as you have not made any claims. We may cancel this policy by giving you at least 14 days written notice at your last-known address if: You fail to pay the premiums; You otherwise stop keeping to the terms and conditions of this policy in any significant way; or The cost of providing this policy becomes too high. We may cancel this policy without giving you notice if, by law or other reason, we are prevented from providing it. If we cancel the policy under this section, we will refund the premium paid for the remaining period of insurance, unless you have made any claims. We can refuse to renew any individual policy. We may cancel this policy without giving you notice and without refunding your premium if you: Make or try to make a fraudulent claim under your policy; Are abusive or threatening towards our staff; or Repeatedly or seriously break the terms of this policy. If you make a valid claim before the policy is cancelled, we will pay it before we cancel the policy. JURISDICTION AND LAW This motor excess insurance policy is governed by the laws of England and Wales.
2 DEMANDS AND NEEDS This motor excess insurance policy meets the demands and needs of a policy holder seeking to protect the excess they are liable for following a successful claim under their main insurance policy. DEFINITIONS Where we explain what a word or phrase means that word or phrase will be highlighted in bold print and will have the same meaning wherever it is used in the policy. Annual aggregate limit means the total amount of cover you have bought under your motor excess insurance policy. Business use class 3 (BU3) means you and your named drivers are authorised drivers using the vehicle for business, to solicit orders and deliver pre-purchased goods. This includes sales representatives, consultants and agents and anyone else who uses the vehicle to travel from customer to customer for commercial business use including hire and reward. Excess means the amount that is deducted from your settled claim under your main insurance policy. The excess is the first part of any claim which is not payable by the insurer. Payment of the excess will not include any administration or other fees which you may be charged by your insurer under your main insurance policy. Such fees are not recoverable under your motor excess insurance policy. Home means your main permanent place of residence in the United Kingdom. Motor excess insurance policy means this insurance. Main insurance policy means insurance policy issued by an authorised UK motor insurer to you in respect of your motor vehicle. Motor Vehicle means a vehicle or motorbike which is registered at your home address, used for social and domestic purposes and commuting to your usual place of work, which is constructed for the carriage of passengers and their effects and is adapted to carry not more than seven passengers and not exceed 3.5 tonnes. You must be the owner of the Motor Vehicle or authorised to drive it. Period of Insurance means the period for which we have accepted the premium as stated in your certificate of insurance. Settled claim means a valid claim paid under your main insurance policy or, by a relevant third party, where you were at fault. Third party means a person or company liable to you in respect of a claim. United Kingdom means Great Britain, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. Waived or reimbursed means where a third party has already made good the excess
3 We/Us/Our means Inter Partner Assistance (the insurer) and AXA Assistance (UK) Ltd (the administrators of this policy) both of The Quadrangle, Station Road, Redhill, Surrey, UK, RH1 1PR. In the Data Protection section of this policy we also means ALPS You/your/policy holder means the person whose name appears on the certificate of insurance of your Main Insurance policy. WHAT IS COVERED? a. Subject to the appropriate premium being paid, we will pay you in each relevant period of insurance an amount equal to the excess in relation to each settled claim on your main motor insurance policy up to the annual aggregate limit in respect of claims arising from fire, theft, flood, vandalism or an accident where you were at fault or partially at fault or where within 6 months you are unable to recover your excess from a liable third party. This motor excess insurance policy covers one motor vehicle only whilst being used for: social, domestic pleasure and commuting to and from your place of business. b. personal business use by policyholder including business use class The maximum amount payable under this policy will be You are also covered where you have been unsuccessful in recovering the excess cost from a third party within six months of making a valid claim against them under your main insurance policy. This Policy will continue to respond for the period of insurance or until your 750 is exhausted whichever comes first. You will then be liable for all and any future excess payments as defined in your main insurance policy. The annual aggregate limit is 750 in any one policy period. GENERAL CONDITIONS 1. The main insurance policy must be valid and provided by an insurer authorised to conduct insurance business in the United Kingdom. 2. Your name must be stated as the policy holder in the certificate of insurance and as the policyholder on your main insurance policy. 3. In the event that any misrepresentation or concealment is made by you or on your behalf in obtaining cover or making a claim under this motor excess insurance policy this policy will be void, no claims will be paid and no refund of premium will be given. 4. If you are covered by any other insurance for the excess payable, which results in a valid claim under that policy, we will only pay our proportionate share of the claim. 5. You must take reasonable steps to safeguard against loss or additional exposure to loss. 6. You must be permanently resident in the United Kingdom 7. In the event we pay a claim under any cover provided by this insurance that may be recoverable from a third party, we will be entitled to ask for all reasonable help from you to take action in your name to get back our costs from the third party. 8. This insurance contract is between you and us. Any person or company who is not party to this motor excess insurance policy has no right under the Contracts (Right of Third Parties) Act 1999 to enforce any condition of this policy. This does not affect any other rights another organisation has apart from under that Act. 9. We may cancel this motor excess insurance policy by giving you 14 days notice by recorded delivery to your last known address and will refund the amount of your premium proportionate to the unexpired term of your policy provided you have not made a claim.
4 WHAT IS NOT COVERED (EXCLUSIONS) 1. Claims for excess that your main insurance policy does not respond to or where the excess is not exceeded. 2. We will not reimburse you for any claim you make under this motor excess insurance policy within the first 30 days immediately following the start date of cover unless this insurance was taken out at the same time as your main insurance policy. 3. Claims where the excess is waived or reimbursed by a third party or not exceeded. 4. Claims which took place outside the period of insurance of this motor excess insurance policy. 5. Claims where the incident took place outside the United Kingdom. 6. Claims notified to us more than 30 days following the settlement of a claim under your main insurance policy or by a third party. 7. Excess payments in respect of claims refused by your main insurance policy 8. Any contribution or deduction from your settled claim under your main insurance policy other than the stated policy excess for which you have been made liable. 9. Motor vehicles not specified in your main insurance policy. 10. Motor claims arising from breakdown, misfuelling, windscreen repair or replacement or any glass repair or replacement to your motor vehicle. 11. Any losses caused by war, revolution or any similar event. 12. Any losses caused by: ionising radiation or radioactive contamination from any nuclear fuel or from any nuclear waste which results from burning nuclear fuel; or radioactive, toxic, explosive or other dangerous properties of any nuclear machinery or any part of it. HOW TO MAKE A CLAIM To make a claim we will ask you to submit supporting documentation listed below. It is important you submit all the documentation requested, as we will be unable to process your claim until received. 1. Scheme Code: Evidence the excess amount has been paid to your motor insurer following your claim 3. Evidence that your claim with your main insurer has been settled stating that you were at fault. 4. Certificate of main insurance policy that you have paid the excess on. Via the internet: Visit our claims web site: https://www.excessclaim.co.uk where you will be able register your claim on line. Or By Phone Please call AXA Assistance on to notify your claim. You will receive a claim form to complete and will be asked to send us copies of your documents. Our internet solution allows you to enter all the necessary details we require to settle your claim. We recommend you use the web link as you will need to post documents to us if you contact us by phone, which could result in delays of your claim being settled. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE STEPS MAY DELAY OR JEOPARDISE THE PAYMENT OF YOUR CLAIM.
5 Complaints Procedure We do everything possible to make sure that you receive a high standard of service. If you are not satisfied with the service that you receive, please contact: The Quality Manager, Inter Partner Assistance SA, The Quadrangle, Station Road, Redhill, Surrey, UK. RH1 1PR. Telephone: If we have given you our final response and you remain dissatisfied you may refer your case to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS). Their address is: Exchange Tower, Harbour Exchange Square, London, E14 9GE.Telephone Compensation Scheme Inter Partner Assistance SA is a member of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). Further information can be obtained from the website DATA PROTECTION We will keep details of you, your cover and claims to help us deal with your claims, prevent and detect fraud, money laundering or similar activity. We will use this information in line with the Data Protection Act Upon payment of a statutory fee you can request a copy of the information that we hold about you. To request this, please write to: Data Protection Officer, Inter Partner Assistance SA, The Quadrangle, Station Road, Redhill, Surrey, UK. RH1 1PR Please let ALPS know if you think any information we hold about you is inaccurate, so that we can correct it. The information we hold about you is confidential. We will only ever disclose it to another party with your consent, or if the law requires us to disclose it. We may monitor and record phone calls to help maintain our quality standards and for security purposes.
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